Here is an interesting new release available now from cable and digital providers as well as some titles that have recently become available for streaming.
Video on Demand
"Her Smell": With "Listen Up Philip" and "Golden Exits," director Alex Ross Perry seemed happy to tell stories that felt like castoffs from the world of Wes Anderson. They were entertaining enough but just didn't feel too exciting at the end of the day. That all changes with his latest, an audacious '90s alt-rock fever dream led by a blistering performance from Elisabeth Moss, who gives us her best stab at a Courtney Love type in the role of Becky Something. When her band, Something She, was breaking out in the '90s, Becky was on top of the world. As their success begins to wane, it becomes a struggle to hold things together. When her manager (Eric Stoltz) signs a hot new all-girl rock band called the Akergirls, Becky decides they just might be her ticket back to the big time. The storyline ebbs and flows over the course of a decade. We see the good, the bad and the ugly of stardom and the wretched excess of addiction. The supporting cast (including Cara Delevingne, Dan Stevens and Gayle Rankin) adds to the firepower, but this truly exists as a showcase for Moss to give us her best riot girl impression, and she doesn't disappoint. She blazes through nearly every frame of the 135-minute feature and leaves you wanting more. This has an awful name, but it's a phenomenal movie. (Cable and digital VOD)
Also on streaming services
"Finding Your Feet": In this charming British comedy, Sandra (Imelda Staunton) has just discovered that her husband of nearly 40 years has been having an affair with her best friend. She moves to London with her older sister and begins to attend a local dance class. Timothy Spall ("Mr. Turner") and Joanna Lumley ("Absolutely Fabulous") also star in this feature that is sure to appeal to fans of "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel." (Amazon Prime, Hulu)
"Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men": This new four-part docuseries premiered at Sundance earlier this year and celebrates the 25th anniversary of the album "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)." Former magazine publisher Sacha Jenkins has had a relationship with the group since he gave them their first cover story and directs this extensive look back at their career. Arguably the most iconic hip-hop group in history, all nine of the surviving members of the group (RZA, Method Man, GZA, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, U-God, Cappadonna, Inspectah Deck and Masta Killa) participate in new interviews combined with never before seen archival footage and live performance clips that include Ol' Dirty Bastard, who passed away in 2004. (Showtime)